Technical difference’s in Volleyball players show shoulder anatomical adaptation

Volleyball

In elite volleyball players, repetitive spiking unevenly burdens the (DOM) dominant shoulder, which can result in adaptations or injuries. Spiking consists of the cocking, acceleration and deceleration phases. In the cocking phase, the dominant arm abducts and externally rotates in preparation for forceful adduction and internal rotation in the acceleration phase. Finally, the hand decelerates […]